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College Credit Opportunity

The Advance Credit Program (ACP) is a partnership between Oregon Tech and a participating high school. If your high school offers ACP courses, then that means Oregon Tech has identified instructors at your school with advanced degrees and experience in their subject area, and has approved them for adjunct faculty status. These high school instructors partner with our faculty, to teach the same course at your high school that is offered on campus, for a fraction of the cost.

Enrolling in an ACP course is enrolling as a part-time Oregon Tech student. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded Oregon Tech college credit. Your earned grade becomes part of your permanent college record and is verified by an official Oregon Tech transcript.

High School Instructors & Administrators: Please see the attached Faculty Guide to clarify roles and responsibilities vital to the long-term success of this collaborative partnership, to articulate processes, to establish eligibility criteria, and to improve communication between the high school and Oregon Tech.


Questions? Contact

Grace Rusth

Grace Rusth, Academic Partnerships Coordinator

 DOW - Room E202

You will want to contact Grace for:
1. Any questions about student application, registration, or payment processes.
2. For faculty liaison stipends and travel reimbursements.
3. For questions pertaining to Klamath Basin accelerated credit initiatives.
4. For current files for articulation documentation.
Carleen Drago Starr

Carleen Drago Starr, Academic Partnerships Coordinator


You will want to contact Carleen for:
1. To start the process to articulate dual credit with high school teacher.
2. To connect with Metro-area accelerated credit initiatives.
3. To learn more about the program and how to get started.